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Megan Markle surprisingly appears on CNN

Referring to The COVID-19 pandemic, The Duchess thanked “the individuals (who) have stood up and made sure that the basic needs of our communities are met” over the past year, which she said “represents a global challenge for all.”

“They made sure that those around them did not suffer in isolation,” she said on the program.

The Duchess and her husband, Prince Harry, left their senior royal positions in March As Covid-19 spread across the globe, they eventually moved to California.
Although less noticeable, the couple continued to volunteer with various charities in the Los Angeles area. in April, They delivered meals to Los Angeles residents through Project Angel FoodThis helps to feed the chronically ill.

Speaking on the private CNN Heroes channel, the Duchess noted that “in the face of this devastating reality, we have seen the power of the human spirit and the wonderful ways in which societies respond in difficult times.”

“We have seen the good in people, in our neighbors and in entire societies, coming together to say that they will not stand idly by while our neighbors suffer from hunger,” she said.

Over the past 14 years, CNN Champions He paid homage to ordinary people who are committed to making the world a better place. Co-host Anderson Cooper from CNN And Kelly Ripa of ABC, the annual CNN Heroes All-Star Tribute program is usually broadcast in front of a live audience, but this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was pre-recorded.

Famous models include comedians Jim Gavigan and Patton Oswalt, actresses Angela Bassett and Gal Gadot, and special guests Dr. Anthony Fauci and Chef Jose Andres.

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